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Nothing to be proud of, but i broke all these cuffs shown, with it infront of me cuffed at the wrist. I dunno why i bought them just to break them because i never will get myself into that situation. I guess a macho guy thing.
So, whats the verdict on your fav between hinged and chain? For the love of me I can't decide. The chain are great for fights but the hinged have been going on easy too....the one huge issue I have that i was hoping youd cover in the video is if you are fighting with someone, and you happen to cuff the wrong hand first with the hinged cuffs--theres no way to twist them around so you essentially have to cuff someone with the single strand facing outwards
Ok, another question not a joke... is it better to call a locksmith or a cop if the cuffs get stuck on for some reason, .... magic act, goofball friends, 50 shades etc? My guess call cops but curious your opinion.
you should never have to cut handcuffs for any reason get a zip tie and slipnit through the ratcheting teeth so they cant engage anymore.i would be incrediable pissed off if someone tried to cut cuffs off me(not that id begin that situation to begin with) cutting them is riskimg unnessacy assault which will completly backfire for you if u were put in that situation. small 3 in zip ties are the best keys to cuffs
Lol I have handcuffs made by Rothco. I'm currently unarmed security. If the police take my cuffs, they'll have to cut 'em off. These cuffs have a proprietary key because they are so cheap. Universal keys don't even work, found out the hard way.
Just to say... hiatt make hinged cuffs which have the benefit of rigid but can be folded away... best of all worlds. Also hiatt is very reliable and is used by all the British police. Although they use quick cuffs... not the hiatt you have which is the speedcuff
I work armed security in California. I’ve put a good amount of people in handcuffs in the 10 years I’ve been doing the job, yet I’ve never lost a pair of cuffs. I carry peerless orange, pink and yellow cuffs, depending on what duty belt I’m wearing that day. Every time I’ve cuffed someone the officer that takes custody will search them again, check the cuffs, swap the cuffs, hold the cuffs in the air while asking very loudly who the cuffs belong too. Obviously this is only my experience and the local PD where I work is about 95% male and they’ve never wanted to take someone in with some brightly colored cuffs, as they’ve told me that much, which is why I swapped out all my black cuffs for the brightly colored options.
Btw, I’m a male, my name is unisex so I feel like I should declare myself as I could be confused for a female just based off my name.
Do you have any experience or opinion on the peerless 730c cuffs? I am just wondering if there are any major shortcomings with the alloy as opposed to just buying the regular 700c. Mainly looking at weight savings, 2 pairs weighing that of one regular. Thanks, Dom.
free field training first I have to say you still amaze me with how quickly you reply. Thank you sir, and I figured it couldn't hurt to ask. I'll probably just go with the regular peerless or Smith and Wesson as I can get those for $20 vs $40 or a pair of steel and the alloy as backup. Thank you again
Beyond being slightly more expensive I haven't experienced them being any less durable or a big issue in any way. The only people I know who use them though is detectives who are carrying them "just in case" and are not regularly making arrests. I can't make any statements about the long term durability of their riveted aluminum construction.
Like how the rigid videos were all UK police.
Here in the UK police almost exclusively use rigid cuffs (TCH 840/842) and generally will try to cuff with one arm each way which makes it slightly more comfortable yet harder to escape (technique only possible with rigid or hinged cuffs)
I like the S&W hinged. I have both standard and oversized both hinged and love them both. I use both for transport and chained cuffs if someone is resisting, bc the hinged are harder to put on someone who’s resisting.
or if they have a universal cuffs key on them makes it more difficult to open if you control where the key opening is located...i´m just a collector, but luckily all my cuffs are lifetime warranty...oh what about a video on leg cuffs or whatever they are called and the transport cuffs with hand cuff and leg cuffs connected with a chain those you use when transferring a prisoner from one jail to another?
There is some great handcuffs of times of old that will last a long time just due to the way they are made, But I'm not sure they could leagally be used today and also the keys for them would be hard to find and have to be custom made since they screw into the cuff. Another good handcuff was those made by East Germany, No factory name (cause they was made by convict labor) but they do have the year engraved onto the center link piece (mine is 87 for 1987). Very heavy (2 and half inch thick aluminum) body and thick steel bows, The double lock on them is key turn operated though so not useful in that aspect and also the insides of the cuff are not that comfortable and tend to have sharp places on them.
A rigid cuff holster in basketweave
I´am an fan of "S&W" handcuffs.
12:10 "25 years old" - Are you sure? I own this model (M 100) without rivets, the "M100-1" has big rivets.
I think this is the newer model. Perhaps you can help me.
Greetings from germany
In regards to the rigid ones you can get folding rigid, once they open out they lock rigid and require a key to fold them flat.
You could fit those into a standard ish holder only downside is they are even heavier than the fixed rigid.
With the HIAT, it is not a solid polymer block. It is similar to the hinged but the hinges are replaced with layers of solid metal and it is a solid metal piece/cuff. The polymer is just a case/protector/grip whatever you want to call it. You can also get vests that have a built in holder for these types of cuffs, usually you can get two in one of these said pouches.
Used the old style UK Hiatts for years. Good for pain compliance & found them easy to cuff rolling on the ground. There is a basketweave carrier made in the UK. I’ve had to cut multiple brands off over 30 years. ASPs were issued to investigators at one agency I was at lasted 3 months. m
Have you ever seen the square "lock box" adaption for chain handcuffs? From what I understand they essentially turn your chain ( or other) handcuffs into that last pair. It's removable, and probably not as expensive as owning 3 or 4 different kinds of handcuffs ( I think they work with all brands). I know LA Police gear has them.
Those are "blue boxes" and they are an additional security measure on a normal pair of cuffs. They don't turn them into rigid cuffs because they make it impossible to open or close the cuffs. That is the whole idea of them.
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